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post #471 of 1518 (permalink) Old 08-21-2012, 09:15 PM
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If it helps anyone, I tested H100 with Antec P280.

Fits the top case but only push or slim profile fans for p/p.
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Hello there, last post 2 weeks ago, oh my.... Ok i need some guidance about installing a H100 on a Thermaltake V9, does anyone know if it is possible?. Thanks in advance.
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Hello there, last post 2 weeks ago, oh my.... Ok i need some guidance about installing a H100 on a Thermaltake V9, does anyone know if it is possible?. Thanks in advance.

Unfortunately I don't think it will fit.

You only have the one 230mm fan mount up top which is raised from the rest of the case, so you won't fit the rad plus 2 fans up there.

There isn't any other place to mount it. If you insisted on having a H100 then it is going to to take some mega modding!

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Unfortunately I don't think it will fit.
You only have the one 230mm fan mount up top which is raised from the rest of the case, so you won't fit the rad plus 2 fans up there.
There isn't any other place to mount it. If you insisted on having a H100 then it is going to to take some mega modding!


Ty, I figured out I won't be getting the H100. thumb.gif
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Ladies and gentlemen. I present to you, a Corsair H-100 fitted to a FRACTAL R4 without a single bit of modding. Ok... so I had to remove a few things, BUT.... it fits in push or push/pull.


Apologies for the absolute messy wiring, just wanted to show a piccy when I installed the cooler smile.gif

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ALL fans on 5v. Pump on full speed. Overclocked i7-920 @ 3.8ghz - 28-33C idle 49-51C 45min prime.
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Was wondering if you needed to know about front mounted radiators because I have a Fractal Define R4 with an H-60 mounted in the front in a push pull config without modding except removing a few item via screws? I could provide pictures if needed.
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Thanks Coomber! Your linked on the OP now.
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Was wondering if you needed to know about front mounted radiators because I have a Fractal Define R4 with an H-60 mounted in the front in a push pull config without modding except removing a few item via screws? I could provide pictures if needed.

All entries welcome mate, pics would be nice yes!

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post #478 of 1518 (permalink) Old 09-28-2012, 01:34 AM
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Is it possible to fit two H80's inside of a Define Mini. One in the front and one in the roof preferably. Also, would you still have room for another intake in the front and exhaust in the back?
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Ok here are some picture of installing h-60 to the front of Fractal Design Define R4. First off, you need to remove the top 5 bay hdd bay and then the tracks that hold them in place via 4 screws in each top and bottom. The top one must be unscrewed from inside the 5 and 1/4 drive bays and you would need a short phillips screw driver.



Then you should remove the front fans and take some (2) old 120mm fans and gut them out to make your shroud (added airflow thru radiator and shortens distance to motherboard for hoses.) I also left the 140mm fan that came with the case as a bottom front intake. You should bring a h-60 screw for fan mount to local hardware store and buy 8 screws of the same thread type but long enough to go through 2 fans instead of one with enough room to screw into radiator. Put fan first, then shroud, then radiator, then other shroud, then last fan. you can screw it right to the fan mounting holes on the fan holder cage. I would suggest seeing if they have flush screwheads for the fact that the round ones put a little bow in the filter. I made the mistake and got the round heads. Going to check later if they carry flathead so it sits more flush.



Here you notice that the pump is sitting lower than the radiator to allow any bubbles to work its way to the top of the radiator to sit there.



Here is what it will look like when it is finished. The way the picture is taken, you can't see that there is room over the memory (about 2") from the tubes to be able to swap out sticks if need be when and if the time arises. I do not think that the H-80 will fit due to shorter hoses than the h-60 and h-100 (could be wrong,can't find any facts on this yet). Any questions, just ask. It took me 3 and a half month of heavy research to find a case compatible with this set up. Think of a car and its radiator and engine setup. The radiator sits in front of the engine...

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Ok so I'm struggling trying to fit the h100 into my define mini. I've removed the hdd cages but the screws don't line up. I'm using the corsair fans that came with the h100. Not sure if I need to brake off the clips that hold the fans in but if I do that how do I keep the fans in there? Any help is appreciated.
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